CITY OF MISSOURI VALLEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING RAND COMMUNITY CENTER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2022 Mayor Pro Tem Struble presided over the meeting and called it to order at 6:00 p.m. with the following …

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CITY OF MISSOURI VALLEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING RAND COMMUNITY CENTER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2022 Mayor Pro Tem Struble presided over the meeting and called it to order at 6:00 p.m. with the following Council members present: Kevin Taylor, Patty Stueve, Eric Ford, Aaron Tuttle. Also present: Edith Herbolsheimer, Karley Brack, Adam Bellis, Linda Coddington, Jeannie Wortman, Mary Jo Buckley, Susan McDunn, Stella Wilson, Rick Tolen, Tracy Stueve, Dakoda Tish, Lee Lange, Rich Gochenour, Nikki Dooley, Forest Dooley, Katie Preston and John Harrison. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Mayor Pro Tem Struble asked if there were any Council comments or additions. Kevin Taylor requested and will be 24A and Eric Ford also requested and will be 24B. A motion for approval of the September 20 agenda was made by Tuttle and second by Stueve. Motion passed unanimously. Mayor Pro Tem Struble swore in the new City Clerk/Administrator, Turri Colglazier. Motion to approve the consent agenda; questions were asked about Hydro Optimization, Union Bonuses, Summit Park Swing, JR roofing and Napa claims. Motion to approve made by Stueve, second by Taylor. Motion passes unanimously. Inquires from citizens: Jeanie Wortman thanked the Community and the City of Missouri Valley for all the help with the Mo. Valley Rally. Rick Tolen asked Council to re-average sewer/water bill. It will be added to the October 4 agenda. Susan McDunn had concerns about 1st and Michigan and when repairs will be made. She runs a daycare and needs parents to be able to get to her driveway, Struble told her to talk to Chief Lange. Edith Herbolsheimer asked the Council what she would need to do to operate a food truck. The council thinks it’s a great idea as long as she has her Iowa License. City Council will look into an ordinance and permits for food trucks. Tracy Sueve at 424 N. Harrison had concerns about how fast cars are going by her house. They are driving through her yard. She would like to put a stop sign in the alley to slow cars down. She would like more police patrol in that area. Street Superintendent Gochenour said he would get a stop sign and Chief Lange said they would patrol the area. A motion was made by Ford and second by Taylor to have the mayor sign the agreement with Omlsted & Perry Consulting Engineer. Motion passes unanimously. Project updates – Olmstead & Perry 1st and Michigan emergency repair. Sent out proposals to 3 different companies. Only 1 sent a proposal back, Bluffs Paving for $211,817.05. The other 2 companies opted to not bid due to time constraint. Motion for a Resolution awarding Bluffs Paving the contract. Motion by Ford, second by Stueve. Motion passes unanimously. People Service update: Dakoda Tish said they were working with Josh to finish curb stop repairs. They installed a new sensor for the lagoon, it will help with the inconsistency of the flow that is happening. He is getting quotes for sewer and manhole cleaning. Hoping to hear back this week. Working on a maintenance contract for someone to come clean out the main line. A quarter of the town each year. Tish assured the Council the new filters are being flushed and backwashed every week. VD out at well 4, it is ran off old system and not reliable. They need to replace the electric pump; it is budgeted in for 2023. They will put Electric Pump company on the October 4 agenda to approve the contract to install new pump. Park Board update: MJ Buckley stated they got all the mulch in. They are working on a plan to reset all the benches that are leaning. The park will be closed September 26-30 for removal and adding of mulch. They received the new swing at Summit Park. Memorial Bricks at Veterans memorial; found a place in Omaha, Milovich, that can make the memorial bricks. Kenny Rainders said there was also a person in Harlan who could do memorial bricks for the park. Council wants more information and will put on October 4 agenda. They mentioned the purchase of a cigarette butt container to put in the park. Containers cost about $60 a piece. Stueve asked if the pool was winterized. Rainders stated that they have ordered parts to finish winterizing the pool. Tuttle asked about the dragon head that was ordered last year, City Hall has not heard anything from the company. Talked about looking for one through a different company. Police Report: Chief Lange reported that they gave out 104 citations and 186 warnings for the month of August. Tuttle asked about our speed sign to put on 1st street, its out of order. Ford asked if maybe we could borrow the Sheriffs, Lange will ask them. Motion made by Stueve, second by Ford to remove Jody Meyer from being a signer on the American National and Midstate’s bank accounts. Motion passes unanimously. Motion made by Stueve second by Tuttle to authorize Turri Colglazier to be a signer on the American National and Midstate’s bank accounts. Motion passes unanimously. Motion to approve 2nd reading on Ordinance 598 amending the City Code 105.10 Section 1 subsection A regarding waste storage containers; made by Ford, second by Tuttle. Motion passes unanimously. Motion to waive 3rd reading and adopt Ordinance 598 amending the City Code 105.10 Section 1 subsection A regarding waste storage containers; made by Stueve second by Tuttle, Taylor aye, Ford Nay. Motion passes 3-1. Motion to adopt 2nd reading of adding Code of Ordinances of the City of Missouri Valley, Iowa by adding Chapter 159 regarding Vacant Building Registration; made by Ford, second by Tuttle. Motion passes unanimously. Discussion about Police Union bonuses. It was already negotiated in March/April with the Police department and union. When Officers complete academy they are awarded a bonus, and then get a retention bonus in November. Motion to approve Officer Cameron Goodell to take patrol car home 2.2 miles outside of city limits. Council wants to make sure it is ok with our insurance carrier. If all is good, motion passed unanimously. Motion to utilize the Pool parking lot for Harrison Co Public Health to hold their Walk/Drive Thru Flu/Covid shot clinic on October 12, 2022 made by Tuttle, second by Ford. Motion passes unanimously. Motion to approve the Grooms Hall Rental agreement made by Taylor, second by Tuttle. Motion passed unanimously. Motion to approve the Release of Liability Form made by Taylor, second by Stueve. Motion passed unanimously. Motion for Mayor to sign the Joint Participation Agreement with SWIPCO made by Ford, second by Stueve. Motion passes unanimously. Discussion on payment of Paramedic Course for Edith Herbolisheimer. Council feels we need more information. Motion to table made by Stueve, second by Ford. Motion passes unanimously. 24A Taylor discussed need for speedometer signs for the entrances into Missouri Valley. Signs would come from ElanCity. The price for 4 machines are $12,000.00 Preston and Taylor will get more information and discuss at the October 4 Council Meeting. 24B Ford wanted to make sure that we had 2 Council members meet with the HDR and DOT engineers. The Council decided who would go. No City Administrator comments. No Mayor Comments. Motion to adjourn made by Taylor, second by Tuttle. Motion passes unanimously. Sherm Struble, Mayor Pro Tem Attest: Turri Colglazier, City Administrator Union Academy Bonuses, Officer Sealy, Meyer, Goodell 3,000.00 Advantage Administration, Health Reimb 93.44 Amazon, Books – Library 225.90 Avesis Vision, Sept Insurance 238.24 Baker And Taylor, Books – Library 222.72 Barlow, Jerry, Celtic Performance – Library 350.00 Blair Ace Hardware, Keys – Pd 6.58 Bluffs Paving, Payment 2 180,537.70 Bound Tree, Ems Pt Suplies 364.39 Capital Business Systems, Copy Machine 2.84 Cintas, Uniforms 251.30 CSI, Email B Peschel, Plan For Aug&Sept 94.50 CJs Future, Fall Spray Proposal 3,200.00 Control Service, Remove/Replace Valve And Actuator 1,496.00 Country Hdwe And Supply, Valves/Paintbrushes 45.97 Etter Glass, Fix Windshield On Loader 250.00 Galls, Flashlight/Gloves – Pd 158.53 Game Time, Summit Park Swing 4,108.55 GPM, Sensor Service 1,583.00 Great Plains Uniforms, Fire Vest 98.00 Harrison Co. Development, 1st Quarter 22/23 Dues 1,683.00 Heartland Coop, Propane 719.95 Hydro Optimization, Remote Service/Labor/Mileage 1,644.30 IA League Of Cities, Membership Dues 1,785.00 Jones Auto Inc, Fire Truck Repair 66.62 Jr Roofing, Roof Repairs – Library 1,668.00 Loftus Heating, Grooms Hall AC Repair 132.00 Macqueen Equipment, Sweeper Repair 11/21 168.62 Memorial Community Hospital, Physicals-FD/EMS 610.00 Menards, Supplies – Pool 149.05 Michael Todd, Dump Truck Repair 246.13 Missouri Valley Times, Legal Publications 608.48 Mos Mini Mart, Fuel/Aug Invoice 1,788.37 Motion Auto, Batteries/Park 425.24 Napa, Police Light/Fd Paint 437.11 Norms Tires, April Invoice - Parks/EMS Truck Repair 55.00 Olmstead And Perry, Roof/Generalengineering/Higwy 30 66,405.56 One Billing Solutions, Ems August Billing 636.51 Pitney Bowes, Postage/Machine 143.91 Quill, Paper For City Hall 214.95 Secretary Of State, Notary-LH/KP/JM/TC 120.00 Sirchie, Ink/Specimen Kit 45.32 Taylor Oil Company, Fuel Pd/Fd 969.65 The Office Stop, Name Plate/Office Supplies 229.57 Wellmark BCBS, Aug/Sept Insurance 24,899.55 Wex Bank, Fuel-EMS/FD 534.25 Ziegler, Fuel System Skid Loader 477.37 Payroll, Wages 33,919.65 Total 333,791.48 MVTN 9-28-22

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